To complete its range, the plug-in hybrid version Renault Captur E-Tech Plug-In welcomes a third level of RS line equipment.
One of the most affordable plug-in hybrid cars, the Renault Captur is already a success. Launched last June, it has already taken second place in sales in 2020. To consolidate its position and why not overtake its great rival, the Peugeot 2008, it is expanding its catalog.
Without official communication, Renault has introduced a third finish to its range. Between Intens and Initiale Paris, the RS Line level provides an original exterior kit. The SUV stands on wheels with 18-inch “Le Castellet” rims, a mat black blade shield and a dual exhaust outlet. The interior also includes black and red upholstered seats, aluminum pedals, red piping on the air vents and an RS logo on the steering wheel.
In terms of equipment, the Captur RS line is closer to the Initiale Paris finish. Thus, it incorporates the 9.3-inch screen, the reversing camera, a leather steering wheel, or the induction charger for smartphones as standard. It is also the only version offering the optional parking exit alert.
What price for the Renault Captur RS Line hybrid?
Much more equipped than the basic version, the Captur RS line is more expensive. Renault displays it at 37,050 euros, against 34,850 € in Intens level and 38,250 € in Initiale Paris. In LLD, its price should be around 270 € / month with a 49-month commitment. In terms of purchasing aid, this version is eligible for the ecological bonus of € 2,000.
You can now compare and configure the Renault Captur E-Tech Plug-In RS Line on the official website.
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